A Look at the FY 2021 Report to Congress on Refugees

Good information, but likely to change under a Biden administration

The president's "Report to Congress on Proposed Refugee Admissions for Fiscal Year 2021", released this October, provides us with a snapshot of the Trump administration's refugee and asylum policy in FY 2020 and its projections for FY 2021.

Alejandro Mayorkas: A Portrait of the Intended Nominee for DHS Secretary

The man tapped to become DHS secretary, Cuba-born Alejandro "Ali" Mayorkas, would wear many hats running one of the country's largest bureaucracies.

But despite largely laudatory media reviews of a Mayorkas appointment, his public service legacy features serial ethical imbroglios, a pointed de-emphasis on immigration fraud and law enforcement, and strong-arm management tactics to spike acceptances of immigration and asylum applications in disregard of eligibility.

Available for Pre-order: America’s Covert Border War

The Untold Story of the Nation’s Battle to Prevent Jihadist Infiltration

The untold story of a secret American border program created to prevent terrorist infiltration over the U.S. Southwest Border, how it succeeded in apprehending jihadists, why it’s failing at a time when the risk of border infiltration attack is elevated, and what should be done to repair the enterprise before Americans finally suffer the consequences.

Why Aren't Refugees Being Tested for Covid-19?

President Trump has the authority to add it to the list of 'quarantinable diseases' to mandate testing prior to resettlement

Thousands of refugees from countries with floundering health care systems, delayed government responses, and, more often than not, deep political and economic crises, are being resettled here without prior testing for Covid-19.

Immigrant Population Growth Slows

‘Trump Effect’ likely explains slowdown

Recently released Census data shows the number of immigrants (legal and illegal) grew more slowly from 2017 to 2019 than in prior years.

In the first two years of the Trump administration, growth in the immigrant population averaged only about 200,000 a year, in contrast to 650,000 a year from 2010 to 2017.

FY 2021 Refugee Report
FY 2021 Refugee Report
Alejandro Mayorkas: Intended Nominee for DHS Secretary
Alejandro Mayorkas: Intended Nominee for DHS Secretary
Book: America’s Covert Border War
Book: America’s Covert Border War
Refugees Not Tested for COVID-19
Refugees Not Tested for COVID-19
Immigrant Population Growth Slows
Immigrant Population Growth Slows

Good information, but likely to change under a Biden administration

The president's "Report to Congress on Proposed Refugee Admissions for Fiscal Year 2021", released this October, provides us with a snapshot of the Trump administration's refugee and asylum policy in FY 2020 and its projections for FY 2021.

The man tapped to become DHS secretary, Cuba-born Alejandro "Ali" Mayorkas, would wear many hats running one of the country's largest bureaucracies.

But despite largely laudatory media reviews of a Mayorkas appointment, his public service legacy features serial ethical imbroglios, a pointed de-emphasis on immigration fraud and law enforcement, and strong-arm management tactics to spike acceptances of immigration and asylum applications in disregard of eligibility.

The Untold Story of the Nation’s Battle to Prevent Jihadist Infiltration

The untold story of a secret American border program created to prevent terrorist infiltration over the U.S. Southwest Border, how it succeeded in apprehending jihadists, why it’s failing at a time when the risk of border infiltration attack is elevated, and what should be done to repair the enterprise before Americans finally suffer the consequences.

President Trump has the authority to add it to the list of 'quarantinable diseases' to mandate testing prior to resettlement

Thousands of refugees from countries with floundering health care systems, delayed government responses, and, more often than not, deep political and economic crises, are being resettled here without prior testing for Covid-19.

‘Trump Effect’ likely explains slowdown

Recently released Census data shows the number of immigrants (legal and illegal) grew more slowly from 2017 to 2019 than in prior years.

In the first two years of the Trump administration, growth in the immigrant population averaged only about 200,000 a year, in contrast to 650,000 a year from 2010 to 2017.

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